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to suffer significant memory loss as they able. here's lindsay davis. >>reporter: he was always one of the men a little forgetful when it came to birthday and anniversary but the fast few years his memory started getting worse. >> item embarrassing when someone you should know walks in the room and says hi. how are you? and i'll say well, i'm fine. you know and act like i know who it is. >>reporter: he was one of 2000 men and women over the age of 70 who took part in the study. the mayo clinic found 19 percent of the men suffered from mild cognitive impairment compared to 14 percent of the women. mild cognitive impairment is significant forgetfulness but not severe enough to interfere with daily life. >> this is a surprising finding to us. >>reporter: what also makes these new findings so surprising is that women are more likely than men to get alzheimer's. fortunately for life his wife memory is still intaichblingt i try to ask him daily if he has taken his medication morning and evening. >>reporter: doctors aren't sure why men are experiencing this memory loss more than wom
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